Loupiac, a wine made primarily with Semillon grapes, is created through the magic of botrytis cinerea, commonly known as “noble rot”, which slowly develops on ripe grapes.

These wines come from the town of Loupiac and its hilly terroir, on the right bank of the Garonne, 40 km south from Bordeaux.

The vines are planted on soils that are gravelly and high in chalky clay. Only the wines produced here are entitled to the Loupiac appellation which is one of the biggest DOP in this region. The grape varieties used are Semillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle. Its citrus aromas and liquorice notes give Loupiac its distinctive character.  

This wine is perfect for original, creative and unconventional food pairings, such as with sushi or a spicy mango salad. It goes well with the tasty delicacies of Asian, Chinese and European cuisine.


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